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Manager of Compliance and Risk Management for a Mission-Driven Organization (Clerical & Administrative)
Los Angeles, CA 91605
Recruited by: Treehouse Partners | Recruiting Associate | The Treehouse See all my Jobs

  • Hiring Company: The Treehouse
  • Industry: Clerical & Administrative
  • Compensation: to be determined
  • Expires: Dec 17, 2021
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Job Description

Area : Los Angeles, CA

Description : Our client is a nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of thousands of LA County's most vulnerable children, young people, and families. Their strong and innovative programs have made them a valued partner of the community. They are seeking a Manager of Compliance and Risk Management to identify and resolve clinical and operational compliance and risk management issues within the agency. The ideal candidate will have experience designing and implementing programs, policies, and practices that are in compliance with state, federal, and local regulatory requirements.

This is an in-office position with the potential to work from home a few days a week after some time.

Responsibilities:

- Develop, initiate, maintain, and revise compliance and risk management policies and procedures on an annual basis

- Identify, track and record new laws and regulations and work with the program areas to ensure changes are implemented to ensure agency compliance

- Respond to inquiries, requests and actions by state regulators, ombudsmen, and attorneys regarding regulatory compliance issues - including complaints and grievances

- Maintain a compliance library that provides adequate and necessary reference materials

- Develop and maintain processes to monitor and deter losses or potential losses

- Maintain current knowledge of applicable federal, state and local authorities as well as industry best practices in support of compliance needs

- Develop and implement monitoring and auditing procedures to ensure regulatory compliance. This includes compliance with Health Plan contracts, grants, foundations, etc

- Conduct investigations of reported compliance violations and present the results to the Leadership and/or Human Resources

- Lend appropriate support to all departments and programs in order to comply with State and Federal laws and regulations, as well as contract agreements

- Maintain current knowledge of applicable federal, state and local authorities as well as industry best practices in support of compliance needs

- Assist with and/or direct confidentiality and privacy incident remediation activities

- Identify internal and vendor privacy-related exposures, assesses relative risks, and coordinates/assists with corrective action tailored to mitigate those risks; interfaces with external auditors and government regulators

Requirements:

- Non-profit experience in a management role

- Bachelor's Degree or ~5 years of related experience

- Three years professional experience in contract compliance, affirmative action or a related field

- A passion for helping children in the community and a strong belief in the organization's